Also, maybe it’s just the beer, but a room full of paratroopers singing the National Anthem along with Paddy?
Despite his stumbles and backtracking in the face of “friendly fire” from ex-Republican colleagues, the White House remained confident this weekend that he will be confirmed this month as the next Pentagon chief by the slim Democratic Senate majority.
Steve Clemons, a friend of Mr Hagel and leading Washington foreign affairs commentator, offered a different interpretation, however.
As home to the Army’s Airborne and Special Operations Forces (and a bunch of other units that try to avoid being called “Leg” by Airborne and Special Operations soldiers), Fort Bragg prides itself on consistently maintaining the highest of speeds. he or she was using the motto of the 82nd Airborne Division — not hitting on you. Anyone who has made the mistake of wearing a black beret on post at Bragg can attest to being repeatedly called “Leg.” In case you couldn’t tell, that’s an insult.
What else would you expect from an installation where soldiers sing “Blood on the Risers” as a children’s lullaby? You’re in the land of paratroopers, the only division in the Army where everyone — from the cooks to the clerks to the infantry —regularly jumps out of airplanes.
However, I have had some interesting experiences while dating in Korea, and felt that I needed to share some of them.
This post certainly doesn’t apply to all Korean men, and I did find that I had vastly different experiences when dating men who had experience living in another country besides Korea and who were completely fluent in English.
That’s what everyone calls the patch for the 1st Theater Sustainment Command, formerly known as COSCOM, because, well, have you seen the patch?
That’s what everyone calls the patch for the JFKSWCS, also known as “swick”, because, hey, that’s what it looks like.
By REBEKAH SANDERLIN Fort Bragg, North Carolina – “When the President dials 911, the phone rings at Fort Bragg,” …
and if you’ve ever been stationed at Bragg you’ve heard that, oh, at least 750,000 times. When that gate guard greeted you with “All the Way!
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